NPO No. 020-885
The vision of the school is to improve the life of the children who attend, by equipping them with the necessary skills to be able to take their rightful places in society with confidence and dignity.
Our aim is to provide a “home-away-from-home” caring environment where intellectually impaired youngsters from the ages of 6 to 23 can learn and develop to their full potential.
The School was establish in 1972 on a farm previously owned by the Armstrong family.
It has provided a meaningful learning and homely environment for hundreds of intellectually impaired children as well as offering a support structure for their families.
Our motto “Growing with Love” is central to our holistic approach in recognizing that every child’s abilities outweigh their disabilities.
The History of Sunfield Home School
Sunfield Home School opened its doors in 1972 as a care facility for 20 children with special needs. The school was previously farmland owned by the well- known Armstrong family, stalwarts in the area just outside Durban. Prefab buildings were then installed and were later replaced by brick buildings. Day scholars also joined the school.
New admissions are done throughout the year.
Queries – please contact the school on 032-5333632.